Posts Tagged ‘New Belgium Brewing Company’

Brew In Town: New Belgium La Folie

This year’s La Folie is drawn from 13 different foeders and is perhaps the best and most complex yet.

Young & Hungry’s Guide to D.C. Beer Week

Stock up on water and aspirin! Now in its fourth year, D.C. Beer Week kicks off this Sunday with more than 100 events throughout the District and northern Virginia. The highlights below, by type of event, are my suggestions for the best ways to wreck your liver next week. A complete daily list of beer dinners, small dish pairings, […]

New Belgium Brewery Brings Bike Festival to D.C. Saturday

For the very first time, the one and only Tour de Fat is descending upon D.C. This Saturday, New Belgium Brewing Company will set up its traveling bike circus at Yards Park on the Capitol Riverfront in Southeast. The District is one of fifteen stops on the bike advocacy-focused festival's national tour this summer. The event includes […]

This Week in Beer: Food Truck Beer Dinner, Evil Twin at ChurchKey, BBQ and Beer at the Kennedy Center & New Belgium Launches Galore

The big news this week is the official arrival of New Belgium Brewing Company beers to the D.C. area. Joints like The Black Squirrel have been known for "bootlegging" New Belgium crowd-pleasers into the District for some time, but now the Colorado brewery is legitimately distributed in D.C. For more details on where to find New […]

New Belgium Keeps Its Promise: Fat Tire, Hoptober Coming Soon to D.C.

Almost exactly a year ago, New Belgium Brewing Company founder Kim Jordan announced publicly that the next market the Colorado brewery would enter would be D.C. She wasn't merely pandering to the audience, which was a packed crowd of craft beer fans at last year's Lupuless Reunuless panel at the Brickskeller during Savor Week. It […]

New Belgium is Coming to Town

We reported earlier this summer that brewery founder Kim Jordan publicly promised D.C. would be the next market New Belgium Brewing Company would expand to. Yesterday the official announcement came in the form of a press release from the Ft. Collins, Colorado based brewery. District beer fans have had a few tastes from bootleggers, but starting in September […]

Why Doesn’t My Favorite Brewery Distribute to D.C.?

It's Dear "Abbey" week on Y&H. Foodie Tim Carman is on vacation, leaving us beer bloggers (plus special guest Greg Engert of ChurchKey) to write exclusively about beer. In this "ask-the-beer-bloggers" post, we turn to a question about beer distribution from reader Dave H., who asks: I’d be curious to see a write up regarding distribution […]

This Week: Great Lakes Oktoberfest at RFD, Fat Tire at the Black Squirrel, Rare Founders Beers & Beer Historian Ron Pattinson at ChurchKey

It's Monday, which means it's time for our weekly post of opportunities for organized beer fun. Below is a quick list, but click on an event in the calendar above for details. (Those of you who scroll ahead and get a peak at what's in store for D.C. Beer Week later this month.) This week […]

A Taste of Home for The Lagerheads: New Belgium Beer Available at the Black Squirrel

The Lagerheads have the warm and fuzzies for New Belgium Brewing Company. I (Tammy) am from Colorado, and New Belgium beer was the first "good beer" I remember tasting. When I moved to D.C. in 2001, you could get Fat Tire and a few other NBB offerings at the Brickskeller. But within a few months, […]

SAVOR Tickets Go On Sale Today At Noon

SAVOR this, SAVOR that. We know some you probably prefer the tents-in-the-park version of a beer festival to what you might view as an overpriced, pretentious foodie event. But for beer afficionados like us who are willing to exchange a hefty chunk of our hard-earned cash for the chance to drink some of the country's […]